This paper surveys emissions markets and factors influencing emissions allowance prices. It examines the consequences of the strong tendency for low prices and discusses how market design can anticipate and remedy this tendency.
Opponents of policies to price carbon will likely continue to attack such approaches on the notion that they kill jobs—but careful economic analysis suggests that these arguments are seriously exaggerated.
As part of a series examining US oil and gas sector regulations, this report analyzes the cost and benefits of repealing or modifying a safety rule for offshore drilling activity under several scenarios.
Apr 26, 2018|
Chris Dockins, Kelly Maguire, Steve Newbold, Nathalie B. Simon, Alan J. Krupnick, Laura O. Taylor |
We describe evidence from focus groups and a formal ranking exercise to gauge the preferences for and acceptance of alternative terms for the “value of statistical life”—the concept of trading off money and small reductions in mortality risks.